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Bupleurum






BUPLEURUM FRUTICOSUM.--Hare's Ear. South Europe, 1596. A small-growing,

branching shrub, with obovate-lanceolate leaves, and compound umbels

of yellowish flowers. It is more curious than beautiful.






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